Songs of the SINEAD O-CONNOR

Fire On Babylon – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

Took my sister and brothers oh I watched her torturing my child Feeble I was then but now I’m grown Fire on Babylon Oh yes a change has come

Drink Before The War – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

Well, you tell us that we’re wrong And you tell us not to sing our song Nothing we can say will make you see You got a heart of

Gloomy Sunday – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

Sunday is gloomy, My hours are slumberless, Dearest the shadows I live with are numberless Little white flowers will never awaken you Not where the black coach of sorrow

Just Call Me Joe – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

We came here across the great divide Into the city, slander all eyes We found a great love as we fell inside They could not touch us as we’d

How Insensitive – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

How insensitive I must have seemed when he told me that he loved me. How unmoved and cold I must have seemed when he said it so sincerely. Why,

What Doesn’t Belong To Me – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

The woman named Iris gave birth to the goddess In her son who can’t say his name Because of all the pain I miss you, but I’m gald you’re

The State I’m In – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

I’m circling around the Sun Hoping for a chance to see You above everyone To rescue me from this heat I’m wating for night to fall And it’s been

Black Boys On Mopeds – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

Margareth Thatcher on TV Shocked by the deaths that took place in Beijing It seems strange that she should be offended The same orders are given by her I’ve

Daddy I’m Fine – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

I was born in Dublin town Where there was not too much going on down For girls whose only hope Was not to find a man who could piss

The Lamb’s Book Of Life – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

Out of Ireland I have come Great hatred and little room Maimed us at the start And now home just breaks my heart To America I have come I

Til I Whisper U Something – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

Delicate man it needn’t be that bad U sit with me and I will listen You’ll feel much better when u open U said all u want was a

Dancing Lessons – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

If you’d agree I wanna do some talking with you Where no one can see I wanna go dancing darling If you agree I think I’ll feel a safe

I WANT YOUR (HANDS ON ME) Feat. RAP (STREET MIX) – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

I want your I want your hands on me What I want, give me You know I wanna please you What I wanna do to you You don’t waste

Famine – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

Specifically I want to talk about the “;famine”; About the fact that there never really was one There was no “;famine”; See Irish people were only allowed to eat

Jackie – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

Jackie left on a cold, dark night Telling me he’d be home Sailed the seas for a hundred years Leaving me all alone And I’ve been dead for twenty

The Last Day Of Our Acquaintance – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

This is the last day of our acquaintance I will meet you later in somebody’s office I’ll talk but you won’t listen to me I know what your answer

Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

After one whole quart of brandy Like a daisy I’ll awake With no Bromo Seltzer handy I don’t even shake Men are not a new sensation I’ve done pretty

I WANT YOUR (HANDS ON ME) Feat. RAP (DANCE MIX) – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

Put ’em on, put’em on, put’em on Put ’em on, put’em on, put’em on Put ’em on, put’em on, put’em on Put ’em on, put’em on, put’em on Put

John I Love You – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

I’m ever so fond of you Will you wait for me ‘Til I am heavenly Oh there’s much work to do But I love you Oh you’re tender Your

I WANT YOUR (HANDS ON ME) Feat. RAP – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

different from it’s original which can be found on ‘The lion and the cobra’. This version features a rap by Mc Lyte.] I want your hands on me What

Feel So Different – Sinead O’Connor

Posted on by sensei

God grant me the serenity to accept the things I can not change Courage to change the things I can And the wisdom to know the difference I am